Global $9.4 Bn MRI Markets Analysis, Forecast & Opportunities, 2016-2020 & 2021-2026 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–()–The “Global MRI Market, By Field Strength (High-Field MRI Systems (1.5t MRI Systems, 3t MRI Systems), Low-To-Mid-Field MRI Systems (<1.5t), Very-High-Field MRI Systems (4t and Above)), By Type, By Architecture, By Application, By End User, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global MRI Market was valued at around USD6 billion in 2020 and is expected to witness a growing CAGR of around 8% during the forecast period to reach around USD9.4 billion through 2026.

This growth is attributed to technological advancements such as the inclusion of MRI with PET or CT that provides imaging possibilities with less exposure to harmful radiations. MRI devices are finding wide applications in the detection of severe internal injuries.

Furthermore, the increasing patient pool suffering from neurological and musculoskeletal disorders coupled with the growing need for quick and effective diagnostic procedures is acting as

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Long-term hiring drives recruiter Robert Walters’ upbeat forecast

  • Pick up in permanent and interim hiring
  • Businesses resilient to Omicron so far, CFO says
  • Shares rise as much as 4%

Jan 11 (Reuters) – British recruitment group Robert Walters (RWA.L) on Tuesday forecast annual profit would exceed current expectations after posting higher quarterly net fees, driven by organisations hiring for the longer term and with vacancies to fill.

“We are seeing candidate shortages across all locations and disciplines, a fierce competition for talent, and wage inflation kicking in which together create huge opportunities across the recruitment market,” Robert Walters, chief executive officer of the eponymous company, said in a statement.

Shares of the FTSE Small Cap (.FTSC) rose as much as 4% in morning trade. The stock, which rose nearly 63% in 2021, was trading 2.2% higher at 828 pence by 1100 GMT.

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Recruiters were severely hit at the start

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UK’s Dunelm lifts profit forecast after record Christmas

A view shows a logo of a Dunelm store in St Albans, Britain October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

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  • Homewares retailer reports record Christmas trade
  • Says on track to beat market expectations
  • Store performance after COVID closures ‘encouraging’
  • Shares up 5%

LONDON, Jan 12 (Reuters) – British homewares and furniture retailer Dunelm (DNLM.L) reported record Christmas sales on Wednesday, putting it on track to soundly beat profit forecasts and lifting its shares.

The company, which has 176 stores and an online operation, reported sales of 407 million pounds ($555 million) for the 13 weeks to Dec. 25, its second quarter, up 13% on a year earlier and up 26% on the same period in 2019, before the pandemic.

It said it had seen “particularly encouraging growth from its stores”, while higher full-price sales of seasonal ranges helped boost margins by 160 points

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World Bank downgrades 2022 global economic growth forecast to 4.1%



The global economy is on track to grow by 4.1 per cent in 2022, down 0.2 percentage point from a previous projection, the World Bank Group said in its latest Global Economic Prospects release.


“The global recovery is set to decelerate markedly amid continued Covid-19 flare-ups, diminished policy support, and lingering supply bottlenecks,” the semiannual report added on Tuesday.





The global outlook is “clouded by various downside risks,” including renewed Covid-19 outbreaks due to new virus variants, the possibility of unanchored inflation expectations, and financial stress in a context of record-high debt levels, according to the report.


After rebounding to an estimated 5.5 per cent in 2021, global growth is expected to decelerate markedly to 4.1 per cent in 2022, the report noted. The latest projection for 2021 and 2022 is 0.2 percentage point lower than

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